Wondering what studio backdrop options are available for your family portraits? Browse the selections below to decide on a look that will match your vision and preferred color scheme plus match the style and coloring of your clothing.
When choosing a backdrop, think about where you will be hanging your portraits up in your home. If you living room has creams, tans and pops of blue, you would not want to choose a red backdrop because it would stick out like a sore thumb. If you are wanting these portraits to be blown up into framed artwork or canvases, decide first where you will hang them before deciding on a backdrop. Then plan your outfit choice and colors around that.
This back drop is perfect for a soft, creamy vibe. It has very faint white florals with a softened creamy color.
This backdrop is perfect for a solid creamy neutral look and versatile to hang up anywhere in your home.
This one has a nice pop of creamy tans that matches neutral/ earthy tones very well.
This solid drop can be edited to be a more pure white or a soft creamy white based on your preference. A white drop always looks classic for B&W photos too.
If you are looking for a natural area for lifestyle posing then this one is perfect. You can sit on the bed, stand up, sit on the floor and more to provide different looks and angles. This set is shared with other photographers and might not be available at your scheduled time so reach out to ensure it is an options if you definitely want this set.
This drop can be edited to provide a medium gray or a deep, dark gray. It looks perfect if you love B&W photos too.
This egg chair by the window provides a neutral set that has pops of greenery, tans and rust. Perfect for candid posing with a neutral color scheme. During the holidays (Nov-Dec), it is not available and is set up with a neutrals and gold decorated tree instead.
Looking for a bold color that pops then Chestnut is perfect. Add a texture overlay as well to provide a different look.
Cape is a go to favorite that has a nice creamy tan look with some slight texture in the background. It be edited to be a lighter tan or a darker tan based on preference.
Backlighting is perfect for candid up close poses. It photographs beautifully in B&W as well.
Black is also a classic color and this one can be edited to be more of a solid black or lightened up to showcase the soft texture in the background.
Mocha is a nice mix between Chestnut and Pecan. Not as bold and not as brown but a softer, creamy tan.
If you love florals with a soft pink then this drop is perfect. It has a more fine art style and adds a touch of uniqueness to your session.
If you are looking for a simplistic and natural look, this one is very subtle and puts the focus on you.
If you have pops of blue in your home, this drop will be perfect. It can be edited for a darker or lighter blue with a nice soft texture in the backdrop.
If you want a blue with out the texture, then this solid backdrop is perfect.
This drop offers a fine art look with subtle cotton balls in the backdrop providing some texture.
This backdrop is perfect for Valentine’s day or Christmas or if you just love the color red.
This backdrop offers a nice emerald green with a subtle texture. It photographs beautiful with earthy tones.
If you love the poses of people laying on the floor looking up, then this drop is perfect for that. It is neutral and provides nice texture with the fluffy flokati rug.
This is a neutral drop with a little bit of grunge texture. It photographs well with many colors, especially earth tones and golds.
This wall is elegant and simplistic. It comes in a deep gray or deep red. It can also be edited to be a navy blue as well.
Dover can be edited to be a cooler toned white drop or a creamy colored drop with a grungy texture to provide a unique look. Photographs well with any colors.
Reach out to connect with me on your preferences and vision for your upcoming session.